A man starts scratching around his knuckles; there are so many mosquitoes flying by. Some thoughts are finding a way to stay inside his head; they don´t want to become words so the man keeps them silent until they turn into oblivion. But oblivion is not a place, nor a circumstance, it is more like a period, a hold on period in which some other urges take charge of the man’s thinking. That’s when the problem might take place: A thought stays in oblivion usually when it’s companioned by a feeling. That’s why when the man, let’s say, gets over; he actually thinks he’s forgotten whatever he never said… but he felt, felt it the same way when he believed he forgot, and remembers again, and now frustrated. Not because what he should have said but because he’s realized that every time such a feeling takes over, those thoughts will wonder in is head again… How might you be preventive from feeling? We think we get consciously in an upper way by consuming new experiences so we let go past thoughts… We’re not. Feelings don’t attach thoughts the way thoughts do it with the feelings. In other words: You may feel the same at different, even controversial, situations (Thoughts I mean) and such memories (thoughts I mean) will never bring along a different sense from the one kept in oblivion with… What do you remember? Perhaps more accurate: How do you remember it? How can you stop bringing these thoughts?